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JoAnn Difede, professor of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College, describes her early work on a simulated digital therapy for PTSD patients, and how it led to her current work on VR therapeutics.
Kevin Freiert, principal of Salem Oaks Consulting, says that more pharmas are interested in patients' personal experiences — and their input — than ever.
The creation of the HIMSS Digital Health Center at True Digital Park will help build digital capabilities for healthcare professionals in Thailand, says Ekaraj Panjavinin, managing director of digital solutions at True Digital Group.
'Elderhood,' like adulthood and childhood, is a long, varied phase of life that includes different stages, but older adults live in a world where they are invisible, says Dr. Louise Aronson, professor of geriatrics at UCSF.
The current goal is to create a robust API infrastructure, a living system where everything is connected so data is available for decision-making, says Yauheni Solad, medical director of digital health at Yale New Haven Health.
In the innovation process, healthcare organizations need to align technology to the end results and choose the right tools to achieve them, says Dr. Manish Kohli, managing director at Beyond Horizon Health.
Dr. Larry Allen, the medical director of advanced heart failure at University of Colorado School of Medicine, describes why advancements in EHR technologies should be exciting the health industry.
The human impact must not be forgotten when driving digital transformation in the clinical workforce, says Dr. Mohammad Al Redha, director of health data and information analysis at Dubai Health Authority.
Recognizing the difficulty of behavior change is the first step of helping patients take part in their care, says Motive Medical Intelligence's Director of Solution Development Bette Jane Reese.
Diabetes is a data-driven health condition and those with the disease should be provided choices of treatment plans and supported in their choices, says Renza Scibilia, manager of type 1 diabetes and consumer voice at Diabetes Australia.